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July To-Read Pile

June 10, 2015Erin Cosyn 0

Historical fiction both charming and gut-wrenching, two very ambitious novels from young writers, and the latest from Paula McLain, author of The Paris Wife, combine to make July a month to look forward to.

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May To-Read Pile

April 1, 2015Erin Cosyn 0

I Take You by Eliza Kennedy One of Frankfurt 2013’s most buzzed about books is hitting shelves in May. Eliza Kennedy’s debut novel I Take You sold for a high six figures and the 150,000 first print run solidifies the high expectations. A ribald addition to chick lit shelves, one industry insider calls I Take […]

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March To-Read Pile

February 3, 2015Erin Cosyn 0

Mysterious and otherworldly historical fiction seems to be the theme for March. Get ready for some expertly crafted books from old and new writers alike who are tackling big ideas. I think March is bringing us a host of the kind of book that stays with you for a long time after you’ve finished reading.

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January To-Read Pile

December 2, 2014Erin Cosyn 0

You may be just finishing up your Thanksgiving leftovers, but the New Year is just around the corner. Don’t miss these top picks for January!

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December To-Read Pile

November 4, 2014Erin Cosyn 0

Things slow down a lot in the book world in December, after the glut of fall has passed, but there are still some great titles to look forward to as the solstice hits and we settle in for a long winter. Turn to these great titles to make it through the cold, dark days.

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The October To-Read Pile

September 2, 2014Erin Cosyn 0

Oh, October, how do I love thee? Let me count the ways. It seems almost unfair to all the other months to add the mania of new titles held onto all year for the coveted fall release. There are so many blockbusters coming out in October—Grisham, Picoult, Macomber, Stuart Woods, John Sandford—that I couldn’t possibly mention them all, so I’ll stick to a tiny handful of ones to watch for.

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